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] >> institutions like darpa, the nih, have created an immense amount of innovation in this country and jobs. the notion that says government can never play it will, be a catalyst for innovation and change, would be to disprove what has already tested for generations. i woud leave that as an foundational point. the amount of regulation has grown and grown. no country in the world follows us anymore. nobody looks at the u.s. and says that as such it best practice, i will pick that up right away. i leave that as two goal posts. it would be a repetition of what already exists. it is the best in the world, bar none. that is the heart and soul of the u.s. the government to play a role. on the other side, we still do too many things that are not necessarily conducive to competitiveness. >> what is an example of regulation the obama administration has promulgated that you think is a ridiculous strike on growth? >> if you think about the fact it takes 12 years to get a power line permitted across state lines, i could give the dozens. every permit should be approved in less than 24 months. there are
me. [laughter] the history of the world as we know it so far is that institutions like darpa and the nih created an immense amount of innovation and jobs and spawned entire industries. the notion that says that government can never play a role, can never be a catalyst for innovation and change would be to disprove what has existed for a generation. i would leave that as a foundational point. in the last 20 years, the amount of regulation has grown and grown and grown. i am a business guy. i am supposed to complain about regulation. no country in the world follows us anymore. no one looks at the usa and says, that is a great practice. it would be a refutation of what exists to say that darpa has not had an immense impact on the industrial sector of the united states. the entrepreneurial is the best in the world bar none. the government can play a catalytic role. we do too much that is not conducive to competitiveness and a growing business. >> what is an example of a regulation that the obama administration has promulgated that is a ridiculous drag on growth? >> think about cy
agency, known as darpa, did its own analysis, and we obtained this internal memo that concludes there is: do you feel vindicated after all these years? >> i don't have any real need for vindication. i know what i've seen. >> that was a pretty big smile on your face, though. >> it is good. it's not bad. certainly, it's good. >> the pentagon is funding more experiments at the naval research lab in washington, d.c., and at mckubre's lab in california. we wondered what richard garwin would think of the defense department's appraisal. "the experiments leave no doubt that anomalous excess heat is produced." >> well, that's a statement. >> you just don't buy that. >> well, i am living proof that there's doubt. now, they can say that excess heat is being produced, but they can't say there's no doubt. all they can say is, they don't doubt, but i doubt. >> if you asked me, "is this gonna have any impact on our energy policy?" it's impossible to say, because we don't fundamentally understand the process yet. but to say that we don't fundamentally understand the process and that's why we're not gonn
is that institutions like darpa and the amounteated an immense of innovation and jobs and spawned entire industries. the notion that says that government can never play a role, can never be a catalyst for innovation and change would be to disprove what has existed for a generation. i would leave that as a foundational point. in the last 20 years, the amount of regulation has grown and grown and grown. i am a business guy. i am supposed to complain about regulation. no country in the world follows us any worlds. -- in the world. no one looks at the usa and says, that is a great practice. it would be a reputation of what exists to say that darpa has not had an immense impact on the industrial sector of the united states. the industrial section is the best in the world bar none. -- government can't pay a the government can play a catalytic role. we do too much that is not conducive to competitiveness and a growing business. >> what is an example of a regulation that the obama administration has promised a did that is a ridiculous drag on growth? >> think about cycle times of the fda. think about the f
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